In 2006, EADM created the Jane Beattie Scientific Recognition Award to honour the memory of our late colleague, Jane Beattie.
The award will be made every two years and is intended for researchers who have recently completed the first stages of their careers - defined operationally by those who are 5 to 10 years post-PhD (see below).
The award will be for a research paper that deals with the topic of decision making as broadly understood within the SPUDM tradition.
The award is bestowed in recognition of "innovation in decision research", as broadly understood within the SPUDM tradition. In practical terms, this means that candidates should submit to the committee (a) a statement of 1,000 words or less that makes the case for their innovation; (b) one paper in which the innovation is presented for a scientific audience; and (c) a copy of their curriculum vitae. Candidates should also provide a statement as to when, and from where they received their PhDs.
To be eligible for this award, candidates must have completed their PhDs no sooner than 5 years before the end of the most recent SPUDM meeting and no more than 10 years before the same date. Thus, to be eligible for the fourth award that will be presented at SPUDM in August 2013, candidates should have received their PhDs between August 2001 and August 2006.
Winners will receive a prize of 1,000 euros, a certificate, and be asked to make a presentation of their research at SPUDM.
The award will be made on the basis of a research paper (published or unpublished) to be judged by a committee (see below). In the case of joint work, all co-authors need to be eligible for the award. The papers will be evaluated by a committee appointed by the Board of EADM. This committee consists of four persons and the maximum time any person can serve is two terms (i.e., four years). In steady state, at least one member of the committee will be replaced every two years.
The first committee was comprised of Robin Hogarth (Chair), Nigel Harvey and Oswald Huber.
The second committee was comprised of Robin Hogarth (Chair), Marcel Zeelenberg, Nigel Harvey, Ilana Ritov.
The third committee was comprised of Ilana Ritov (Chair), Marcel Zeelenberg, Ellen Peters and Nicolao Bonini.
The fourth committee will be comprised of Nicolao Bonini (Chair), Fergus Bolger, Danny Oppenheimer (the 2011 winner) and Barbara Fasolo.
2007 - Marcel Zeelenberg, Tilburg University, The Netherlands.
2009 - Ellen Peters, Decision Research, Oregon, United States.
2011- Danny Oppenheimer, UCLA Anderson School of Management, United States.
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